To Contact us
Makah Cultural and Research Museum
PO Box 160
Neah Bay, Wa 98357
The Makah Language Program is funded by Administration for Native Americans. The project in progress is called the "Makah Fluency and Literacy Project".
The archives and Library Departments are currently working on a project titled, "We Are All Family" funded by the Institute of Museum and Library Services (IMLS) Enhancement Grant.
This Project is a genealogy and ancestral history project.
The Archives/Library departments have also recived and IMLS Basic and Education Assessment grants.
Makah Summer Dance and Cultural Youth Program teaches traditional Makah singing and dancing to children up to 14 years old. The Summer Dance Program instructs 2 classes a day, 2 times a week and serves up to 200 students a day. The 2009 program was funded by Supreme Alaska, Wa'atch Inc., Washburn's General Store and Makah Cultural and Research Center.
The "Ozette Artifact Preservation Project" is funded by the National Park Service. This project is replacing the deteriorated basketry artifact tags, evaluating the condition of the artifacts and continued preservation of the artifacts.
The Tribal Historic Preservation Project is funded by the National Park Service.
Tours & Demonstrations
The Tours and Demonstrations Project is funded by the Institute of Museum and Library Services, Museums for America. This project provides guided tours of the museum, and hikes and demonstrates making traditional Makah artwork.